The former Little Mix star, 32, sent temperatures soaring as she showcased her incredible figure in a distressed green mini skirt with a matching cropped jacket and corset style top.
Leigh-Anne flashed her toned legs in the daring outfit which she teamed with green trainers.
The songstress was in her element as she belted out her smash hit to the audience, who had gathered at the BBC studios in Salford for the charity fundraiser.
Going solo: Leigh-Anne Pinnock appeared on BBC Children In Need telethon to sing a special version of her latest single ‘My Love’
Stunning: She put on a very glamorous display as she posed on the red carpet before taking to the stage
The popstar kept her hair in braids during the energetic set where she performed alongside dancers from Aim Sky High company, which provides drama and singing tuition to children and young people aged 2 to 25 years old.
Leigh-Anne, who married footballer Andre in June during a secret Jamaican wedding m went all out for her first live performance.
After the performance, the mum-of-two, who recently gave fans a rare glimpse into her family life as she shared snaps of her twins, revealed that she had visited a Children In Need project.
She told host Chris Ramsay: ‘It was amazing, a really inspiring day. I think it’s good to see where the money’s actually going these kids were so inspired by the music and songwriting. yeah it was amazing.’
Fans couldn’t get enough of solo Leigh-Anne and took to X – formerly known as Twitter – with one even calling out for her to receive an OBE!
One penned: ‘Leigh Anne on Children in Need OMG’.
Glam: The singer, 32, looked as stylish as ever in a stunning distressed green mini skirt and matching jacket with a corset style top
Turning heads: The former Little Mix member made her grand arrival and posed in a number of different ways against the branded backdrop
Stunner: She opted for a glamorous palette of makeup, with a smokey eye and matte lip, so she really stood out to the crowd when on stage
Working it: The popstar put on an energetic performance and danced alongside backing dancers from Aim Sky High company, which provides drama and singing tuition to children and young people aged 2 to 25 years old
Dance delight: Leigh-Anne, who married footballer Andre in June during a secret Jamaican wedding, went all out for her first solo live performance
Energetic: The singer dipped, ducked and bopped her way through the set of her latest release – whilst singing live for the segment
Fan favourite: Viewers couldn’t get enough of solo Leigh-Anne and took to X – formerly known as Twitter – with one even calling out for her to receive an OBE
A second wrote: ‘Leigh Anne sounds absolutely beautiful performing ;My Love’ for BBC Children In Need’
A third wrote: ‘Yass Leigh-Anne’ whilst a third fanatic simple wrote ‘OBE!’
The charity’s 43rd appeal show raised an incredible £33.5million.
Commenting on the evening, Simon Antrobus, Chief Executive at BBC Children in Need, said: ‘The overwhelming kindness and generosity shown this evening – especially when things are incredibly hard for so many – is remarkable.
‘I want to thank the UK for once again showing children and young people that we are here for them. To each and every person that gave so generously this evening, thank you.’
Leigh-Anne’s appearance on stage came after Kate Middleton surprised viewers by opening Children In Need with an impassioned speech.
The Princess of Wales, 41, was the surprise opening act of the annual charity fundraiser in a video message.
Wearing a favourite £175 blue blouse dotted with rainbows by London brand Lisou, she told the audience: ‘Hello everyone. I’m delighted that Children in Need have invited me to open this evening’s show.’
Her appearance was timely given her landmark speech earlier this week on the importance of early childhood and the affect that experiences between the ages of birth to five can have on adult life.
‘Tonight is all about helping to support, champion and empower all children to be the very best they can be, which is crucial for their future health and happiness,’ the mother-of-three explained.
‘Our relationships, surroundings and experiences during the earliest years lay the foundations that shape the rest of our lives.’And yet sadly, we know that for too many people, stressful and traumatic situations in early childhood can cause harm and it can take many years to overcome.’
The money raised through BBC Children in Need’s 2023 Appeal will help children and young people overcome the additional challenges they currently face.
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